Zeese Papanikolas, Professor of English, San Francisco Art Institute

Event Date: 
Monday, February 23, 2004 - 14:15

Lecture on the work of Greek American novelist and short story writer, Helen Papanikolas Lecture and discussion of short stories by Helen Papanikolas, Small Bird Tell Me (Swallow Press). Zeese Papanikolas was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1942. He is the son of Nick Papanikolas and notable Greek-American author and historian Hellen Zeese Papanikolas. He attended Kenyon College and the University of Utah and received a B.A. in World Literature from San Francisco State University. He was a Stegner Fellow in Creative Writing during 1965-66 and subsequently received an M.A. in Creative Writing from Stanford. He is the author of Buried Unsung: Louis Tikas And The Ludlow Massacre ; Trickster In The Land Of Dreams; American Silence and, with Frank Bergon, edited Looking Far West, an anthology of writing on the American West.